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a rule adopted by an organization in order to regulate its own affairs and the behavior of its members

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(17) Article VI of the Constitution states that "all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding." (18) In other words, federal, state, and local law enforcement officials are required by law to comply with consular notification and access rules every time they arrest or significantly detain a foreign national in the United States.
Authentic democracy is possible only in a State ruled by law, and on the basis of a correct understanding of the human person ...
For the majority of rotating faculty members who normally spend three years on the faculty before returning to regular military assignments, and who have significant practical experience as well as an educational memory shaped by law school and the teaching methods to which they were exposed (primarily the Socratic method), there is even less time for them to develop and feel comfortable with new methods of instruction.
(This effort, which was explored at a national meeting, "Public Health Literacy for Lawyers" held 11-13 April in Boston, Massachusetts, is hindered by law school admission standards that do not require any special quantitative ability, although these skills are increasingly required in many aspects of legal practice, for example, for handling epidemiologic evidence.)
The record must remain accessible to those entitled by law to access it, for the period required by law.
When Congress so broadly uses the term "property," it aims to reach every species of right or interest protected by law and having an exchangeable value.
23, was never made nor intended to restrain the Power of the Chancery in Matters of Equity, but to restrain the Chancellor and the Judges of the Common Law, only in matters meerly determinable by Law, in legal Proceedings, and not in Equitable, and that they should be constant and certain in their own Judgments, and not play Fast and Loose."(41)
It would have been very hard for a legislature to look at a married couple, both in wheelchairs, and say, `The kind of sex you have is punishable by law.' they don't find it as hard to say that to a male couple."
But, O, ye happy women, whose purity has been sheltered from childhood, who have been free to choose the objects of your affection, whose homes are protected by law, do not judge the poor desolate slave girl too severely!
By extension, that means it was--and still is, by law at least--public policy to encourage workers to organize into unions.
All accused are deemed innocent until and unless convicted by ratified court sentence; no interrogation or detention is allowed except under the law; no physical torture, or mental torture or humiliating action is allowed and the law will determine the penalties of anyone guilty of such actions; the right of adjudication and the procedure of appeal and defense before the court is protected by law; there is no crime or punishment other than in the text of the law; legislation cannot apply retroactively (unless explicitly otherwise legislated) (Articles 28-30).